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Violin Concerto Op. 14: II. Andante
by Samuel Barber

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David Darwin

the oboe captures every moment of happiness and despair in life...most beautiful

KodalyCat

Yes, at least as beautifully as a clarinet (this from a 'trumpeter', no less!). Evidently, this concerto most persuasively makes the case for the ol' fiddle as well. Barber was undeniably imbued with the most masterful gift with a slow movement (oh, that middle panel of the Piano Concerto...and it's bagatelle of an excerpt arranged for flute & piano, the Canzone, just two examples!) and writing heart rending poetry for the oboe.

Francis Albert

Barber’s Andante movement breaks my heart - one the most beautiful slow movements written for violin ever

Lulu

Nikocado Avocado spoke about this and I am so glad I got to listen to it.

Chloe Mitchell

Lulu me too!

Lucy Alessio

The soft, velvety string sound at the beginning actually sounds like voices singing. I've listened to this song since I was a little child and it moves me very deeply.

Shanghai Road

at 6.25 the violin makes it's presence known...

Vishnu Halikere

Lucy Alessio I was thinking the same thing! Actually sounds like a choir!

Kathleen Nielsen

An extended oboe solo, cellos, clarinet, strings. A French horn introduces the solo violin which makes a beautiful, shy entrance. Words do not do justice.

Darryl Schultz

Well you can try little squiggles if yer like but I don't think they're gonna work any better than words.That's the best thing we've got I'm afraid.

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